This Panhead Engine has a few screws loose and is on the verge of having its long awaited 19th Nervous Breakdown, “Rolling Stones 1966.” It’s coming unglued and is not long for this world or anywhere else except in the big pile on the garage floor – for now.
Only Hal Robinson can depict the breakdown action and bring back memories of these experiences. But no Panhead ever dies. They all come back to life with hard work, quality parts and perseverance. Every biker who knows the Code of the West and has the tools can make it happen.
T-Shirts are 100% cotton and are discharged printed. Discharge printing is a top quality process of bleaching out the background and then reprinting. Resulting in a print that looks tattooed into the garment with very little hand feel. Printed 5-Ball neck label.
T shirts: 100% Cotton, traditional fit, crew neck tee. Printed in USA.
About Hal Robinson™
Hal Robinson (1928-1984), from Bellingham, Washington, started out as a sign painter, worked for GTE as an illustrator for the Yellow Pages and became a freelance cartoonist and illustrator. His motto was “publish or parish.” His work went international in such countries as England, Germany, Italy, Norway, Spain, Sweden and Asia for more than half a century. Robinson drew for Easyriders Magazine from 1971-1984. He was well known through his drawings of such characters as Miraculous Mutha, Red Rider and Little Beaver, etc.
He masterfully illustrated hundreds of custom Harley-Davidsons for Easyriders Magazine. He was a classic political cartoonist as well and is known for his clever and hilarious panel jokes and very detailed illustrations. Robinson was also published in Iron Horse, In the Wind, Cycletoons, Cartoons, Buzza Cardoza, and many other magazines. He was the originator of detailed caricatures of towns or cities such as Seal Beach and Avalon, California.